While the entire world observed 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women, a two-day long programme has been organized at Rohingya camp to raise awareness among the community. With the support of UNFPA, ActionAid Bangladesh initiated the programme where a group of ten artists performed interactive theatre drama in front of the Rohingya people. Through a total of twenty shows at twenty different places of Camp 11 and 12, they delivered message to stop child marriage and forced marriage as well as to stop all sort of violence against women, said Samiun Jahan, On behalf of ActionAid Bangladesh, Interactive theatre specialist and the writer, instructor, and director of the drama.